Health & Wellness

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Blood donations needed

Summer means greater demand for blood as donations drop due to vacations and school closings.

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AFib’s on the rise. A new approach may help treat it.

Pulsed Field Ablation is a new way to treat a condition that is becoming increasingly common in the United States. Here’s what you need to know about AFib and how to address it.

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Staying safe during tick season

Ticks are out in New Hampshire and Vermont. Here's what you need to know to prevent tick-related illnesses.

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Community Spotlight

Supporting members of our community extends beyond providing healthcare. Read about these impactful local and state initiatives that we invest in.

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Where to go if you are in need of food

If you are finding it hard to meet your own or your family’s dietary or nutrition needs, these Vermont and New Hampshire organizations can help. Most accept donations, too.

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Protecting your eyes during the solar eclipse

On April 8th, the skies of Vermont and New Hampshire will go dark. Are your eyes prepared?

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Protect your heart with these prevention tips

Heart disease is America’s number one killer. Understand your risks so that you can make meaningful changes to your lifestyle and diet.

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Ingredients for heart-healthy Smokey Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili

Your heart-healthy chili recipe

Take comfort that you are looking after your heart with this recipe for one of America’s most popular comfort foods.

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​How do you know if you have COVID-19, flu, or RSV?

This winter season, many people are getting infected with COVID-19, the flu, and RSV. Find out the symptoms, how they differ, and how best to protect yourself.

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Lowering your cancer risk

February is Cancer Prevention Month. Here are some helpful prevention tips from our experts to help reduce your risk of cancer.

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